Goldschmidt2016

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Goldschmidt2016 is grateful for the support of our sponsors:

Host

Geochemical Society

Geochemical Society

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The Geochemical Society (GS) is an international organization founded in 1955 for students and scientists involved in the practice, study, and teaching of geochemistry. Our programs include cohosting the annual Goldschmidt Conference, editorial oversight of Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (GCA), supporting geochemical symposia through our Meeting Assistance Program, and supporting student development through our Student Travel Grant Program. GS annually recognizes excellence in geochemistry through its medals, lectures, and awards. Members receive a subscription to Elements, special member rates for GCA and G-cubed, and publication and conference discounts.

European Association of Geochemistry

European Association of Geochemistry

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Founded in 1985, the European Association of Geochemistry is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting geochemistry internationally. The society is an active and dynamic organization of over 2800 members that leads the European Goldschmidt conference organization, publishes Geochemical Perspectives and Geochemical Perspectives Letters, recognizes scientific excellence through awards, sponsors workshops and conferences in Europe, supports Early Career Scientists to attend conferences and workshops, organizes a Distinguished Lecture Program, publishes job opportunities, newsletters, blogs, press releases and partners with other learned societies to strengthen geochemistry internationally.

Principal Co-Sponsor

The Geochemical Society of Japan

The Geochemical Society of Japan

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The Geochemical Society of Japan (GSJ) was established in 1953, to promote geochemistry in Japan. Current membership is 1000 scientists, technologists, and students. The GSJ is in partnership with the Goldschmidt Conference and is the local organizer at the Goldschmidt Conference 2016 at Yokohama, Japan.

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Nu Instruments Ltd

Nu Instruments Ltd

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Nu Instruments is a British high technology manufacturing company. We specialise in the design and manufacture of high precision mass spectrometers, that are both technically advanced and proven to be very reliable. Our instruments have been installed in laboratories around the world. Our commitment is to satisfy the analytical requirements of our customers. To achieve this we employ a dedicated team, many of whom are highly skilled scientists and engineers. We are a growing company, one that has a reputation for putting customers first. The Nu Instruments range of products includes multicollector ICP-MS, high resolution ICP-MS, stable isotope MS, Noble gas MS and Glow Discharge MS.

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Thermo Fisher Scientific (Bremen) GmbH

Thermo Fisher Scientific (Bremen) GmbH

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Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

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The Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) is a general research institute for ocean science and technology in Japan that contributes to resolving various problems crucial to the survival of humanity based on results obtained by fundamental ocean researches and technological development, and elucidating the global system centered on the ocean.

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The Geochemist's Workbench

The Geochemist's Workbench

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The Geochemist's Wokbench is a set of interactive software tools for solving problems in aqueous geochemistry.

Isotopx

Isotopx

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Isotopx is the premier manufacturer of thermal ionization mass spectrometers and noble gas mass spectrometers.

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City of Yokohama

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Coffee Sponsor

Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology

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Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) at Tokyo Institute of Technology aims to answer the fundamental questions of how our planet was formed and how its early environment allowed for the rise of initial life and its subsequent evolution to complexity. What distinguishes ELSI from other institutes studying the origins of life is our emphasis on placing the study in the context of the specific ecological system of the early Earth.